B and Bs in Penrith
A warm welcome awaits you at Beckfoot. Lesley, David and staff wish you a very happy stay and hope you can make our home your home. Beckfoot is ideally situated for touring the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales or the Scottish borders, including historic Carlisle City. We are also perfect for that romantic break in our Four Poster bedroom with its sumptuous furnishings, in room fridge to keep the champagne cool. We only have 7 individually decorated en-suite rooms so it is never crowded here. For those keen to learn we have Guitar Weekends and other Learn at Leisure activities at certain times of the year, and with 3 acres of garden you can also wander around and test your knowledge of the plants. Nearby activities include, Bird of prey centre,Ullswater, Golf, Outdoor and Indoor swimming, Pony Trekking, Guided walks,Garden visits and much more.
Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
CTB 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
Price per PersonDouble: £35 - £40
Four Poster: £50
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Credit Cards Accepted
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Tourist Board Inspected
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Lesley, Gillian or Emma will be serving you during your stay with us.
Please help yourself to your starters for breakfast along with filter coffee.This is available for you to help yourself and the waitress will take your order for all the other requirements.
Available for self service.
Choice of cereals
Available to order.
Fruit Bowl, Fresh Grapefruit, Prunes,tea, fruit teas or decaffeinated coffee/tea.
Full English breakfast includes egg,bacon,tomato,black pudding and cumberland sausage.
or a selection of either
beans, tomato's, poached eggs, scrambled eggs on toast brown or white.
Boiled eggs. Cumberland Sausage with apple sauce or black pudding with apple sauce.
Special diets catered for eg dairy free (soya milk), gluten free plus vegatarian options.
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